The chip on New York Islanders first-round draft pick Joshua Ho-Sang's shoulders keeps getting bigger.Hockey Canada left Ho-Sang off its summer developmental camp roster, and the 28th-overall selection in the 2014 NHL Entry Draft, shockingly, had a few words aimed towards the snubbing."The fact that I haven't been invited to a camp, it's insulting," Ho-Sang said (via TSN). "I've done nothing to them (Hockey Canada). It's not like they invited me to U17 and U18 and I messed up at all that stuff. I haven't been invited back since my first year in the OHL in December. It's been a year and a half; I haven't been a part of any Hockey Canada stuff."Ho-Sang collected 85 points (35 G, 50 A) during the 2013-14 season, his second in the OHL, but the numbers aren't enough, apparently, for Hockey...

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